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8 Aug 2009

Taco Bell Mexican pizza; berry crisp for dessert. Taco Bell Mexican Pizza, and berry crisp for dessert.

This turned out really well. If you're not familiar with Taco Bell's Mexican Pizza, it's got refried beans and ground beef sandwiched together between two tortillas, and is topped with salsa, cheese, and vegetables. We used that spicy cheese, some sharp cheddar, and some red leicester tonight for this. I've tweaked the recipe a bit, so click on the source link in my recipe to see its original state.

It was also very filling. We didn't even need the salad after having the pizza; we were sated.

The berry crisp is a favorite; tonight we used blueberries and raspberries. That recipe calls for cutting in the butter, which I find to be a bit of a pain in the butt, so when I'm feeling lazy (like tonight), I just melt the butter and mix it in; this recipe does just fine with that. It's all tasty in the end.

All of this was really easy to make, and pretty quick. I made the dessert, popped it in the oven, and did the dishes (by hand), without Chris even realizing that until he got up to make himself a cup of tea, it went that fast. The pizza veggies you can adjust to what you have on hand, I'm sure. Shoot, I almost spent longer in line to buy the ground beef today than I spent making these pizzas, especially since I took out the step of deep-frying the tortillas (which doesn't make sense to me, as they're flour tortillas, but I guess, as Chris suggested, it makes them crispy; we liked ours plenty well enough without that step).

A much better fewds night than last night, wewt!

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